An agrologist gives advice with respect to the production, processing quality and/or marketing of agricultural products, crops or livestock.
Duties May Include
Agrologists may work in research and development, sales and marketing, product/market development, quality assurance, aquaculture, natural resources, and/or production/operations. They may be teachers, salespeople, managers or loan officers.
Examples of Titles
Agricultural Soil and Crop Specialist
The National Occupational Classification (NOC) Code found next to the name of the career is a 4-digit code that classifies occupations by different skill types and skill levels.
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© Canadian Occupational Projection System, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, 2011.
© JobFutures, Labour Force Survey, 2006.
© National Occupational Classification, Human Resources Skills and Development Canada, 2006.
© Working in Canada, Labour Force Survey, 2009.